Frequently Asked Questions concerning application form :
Classes taught in French : B1 level is recommended.
Classes taught in English, A2 level is recommended.
Grenoble INP - Ense3 requires B1 level for following courses from Master HCE (Hydraulics, Civil & Environmental) and Master Energy Systems & Associated markets specialization.
Grenoble INP - Phelma requires at least B1 level in the language of instruction of the specialization or the Master.
Grenoble INP - Ensimag requires a B1 level of English for its master of science programs (MoSIG, MSIAM, CySec, ORCO).
Classes taught in french : B1 level is recommended. You must validate B2 level in french at the end of your program.
Classes taught in english : B1 level in English is recommended. You must validate B2 level in English at the end of your program.
Double-Degree students have to provide additional documents :
A Language certificate in English AND in French : If you cannot provide an official test of language (IELTS, TOEIC, etc…), you can download our certificate and have it be filled out by one of the language professors from your home university.
An official class ranking certificate : It is an official document from your home university describing your ranking compared with your class.
How to register for French courses ?
After receiving your admission, your School will send to you directly all the information you will need on french courses (dates, sessions, etc…) and a link to a language test. This will determine your level and allow you to be placed in a class adapted to your language level.
How does the housing application process work?
When you submit your application, you will receive an e-mail with a login, a password and a link to a new form to request your housing.
I did not receive my e-mail with my login and my password for housing application, what can I do ?
Check in your spams folders first. And if you have not received it yet (please, wait a couple days after submitting your application), you can contact the International Relations Department by e-mail who will ask ISSO’s service to send it to you again.
What is the deadline for my housing application ?
For Full academic year and Fall semester : from June 1st to June 30th.
For Spring semester : from October 1st to November 15th.
Beware : it is recommended to fill out the application form for housing as soon as possible as soon as you receive your e-mail with your login and password (at the beginning of June for Full academic and Fall semester and at the beginning of October for Spring semester) and not wait until the last days just before the deadline.
After submitting your application, you will receive a housing request certificate. This document will be useful to ask for a visa, for example.
How can I choose my student residence ?
ISSO can propose to you two kinds of student residences :
What is a recommendation letter ?
It is a letter written by one of your professors from your home university.
What is the Learning Agreement ?
This document lists all the courses you would like to attend in the School of Grenoble INP during your mobility. You can download it here. It must be signed by you, your home university and the School. If you are an ERASMUS student, you can keep your own Learning agreement, you don’t need to fill out our document.
Concerning your course selection, you can consult the website of the School in which you have applied. You can click on « Studies », « Engineering degrees » or « Masters degrees », your « Field of study », « Program » and « Semester ». Each course gives you ECTS credits : you have to cumulate 30 ECTS credits for one semester, 60 ECTS credits for an academic year.
It is not recommended to choose courses from different schools because of their geographical distance (Esisar School is located in Valence, 100 km from Grenoble and other schools are spread over different campuses) and conflicting timetables.
Beware : some Masters are not opened to exchange students, you must inquire at the international Relations Department of the School in which you have applied.
What is the nomination letter ?
It is a letter (or an e-mail) sent by the International Relations Department from your home university or Erasmus coordinator certifying that you are allowed to study abroad through a mobility program.
About your photograph :
You have to submit a picture of you used for official documents like passport or ID card.
When will I receive my housing confirmation ?
It will be sent directly by ISSO’s service by e-mail.
My arrival date has changed for different reasons (visa problem, etc…) or I withdrew my mobility :
You have to inform both the international Relations Department from Grenoble INP and the one from your School. If this cancellation has consequences on housing too, you have to inform ISSO’s service by sending them an e-mail.
Date of update November 2, 2020